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A Window On A Victorian Commercial Building On Conduit Street In Annapolis Maryland January 2nd 2012

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Welcome back to the Annapolis Experience Blog’s Picture Of The Day for 2012. Our first non-holiday picture post is a photograph of what some historical experts refer to as one of the finest examples of Victorian style window accents on a commercial property in Annapolis Maryland. Here we see not only an upper floor window against some crisp brick work but also the elegant drip molding over it. The building itself was constructed in the 1870′s and is one of two commercial structures on Conduit Street designed in the Victorian style.

Glenn

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